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5 Facts about the City of David you might not hear from your tour guideAssaf - Just Jerusalem - The City of David is one of the most significant archeological sites in our region. Each year, hundreds of thousands of visitors enter the site and enjoy a fascinating journey through ancient Jerusalem. Only a few realize that this important site is being used to promote the highly controversial Jewish settlement in East Jerusalem. The extremist settlers who run the site take advantage of visitors like you to promote and fund their political agenda, first and foremost the prevention of a negotiated solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. 28/4/2011
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Settlers Attack Palestinian Children In East JerusalemSaed Bannoura - IMEMC News - "Eyewitnesses told WAFA that approximately 50 - 70 extremist settlers entered a Muslim graveyard in Sheikh Jarrah to pray on a grave said to be for a Jewish figure, and held prayers at the grave site. Later on, the settlers hurled stones at local Palestinian homes, and attacked three children with pepper spray wounding one"25/4/2011
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Palestinians silently transferred from East JerusalemJillian Kestler-D`Amours - The Electronic Intifada - The petition demands that the current practice of revoking residency rights be changed to protect the rights of Palestinians in East Jerusalem and in the occupied Syrian Golan Heights. “We should be treated as the indigenous people of the place. We are not guests. We are from here and we should be able to leave [the city] and come back if we choose,” Qaraeen said. 21/4/2011
Palestine-Israel Journal forum discussion: JERUSALEM - In the Eye of the Storm Wednesday, April 13, from 3 - 6 p.m., Notre Dame Center (Opposite Old City`s New Gate, on the Green Line) 12/4/2011
High Court Petition against Israeli Revocation of Palestinian Right to Live in Jerusalem Tania Kepler - AIC - "The vast majority of Palestinians in East Jerusalem are permanent residents of Israel, not citizens, and are under constant threat of losing the legal right to reside in their city. According to HaMoked, in recent years, there has been a sharp rise in revocation of residency, and 2008 set a record with 4,577 revocations. Almost 50% of the total revocation of permits since Israel’s annexation of Jerusalem in 1967 occurred between the years 2006 to 2008"11/4/2011
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Clashes Reported In Silwan, Several Residents Wounded, One KidnappedSaed Bannoura - IMEMC - "Soldiers attacked with clubs and batons four women in Al Bustan without any provocation." 13/4/2011
US slams Gilo construction bidYitzhak Benhorin - Ynet - "The condemnation was issued just hours after President Shimon Peres met with US President Barack Obama at the White House." 6/4/2011
Arnona Tax Pressure AIC video: interview with JCSER director Ziad al-Hammouri 12/4/2011
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